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The Hobbit: Ringing it dry?

Are 13 dwarves too many? Is one book not enough?
These were questions raised at the press conference for Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  December 10, 2012


Interview: History lesson with Ken Burns

Many recall the "wilding" incident in 1989, in which five non-white teenagers were convicted of raping and nearly killing a woman jogging in Central Park.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  December 14, 2012


Boxes for the Box: DVD sets for the holidays

Call us homebodies, call us lazy, but the plain fact is that most nights we're more than happy to stay at home on the couch in ratty sweats, cozied up to a box of wine.
By: ALEXANDRA CAVALLO  |  December 05, 2012


Buy buy Brazil

DVD Review
The new transfer of Gilliam's 142-minute final cut is stunning, and the two-disc set includes all of the content from the earlier release, including his original commentary track, plus buffed-up, hi-def versions of a video "production notebook."
By: BRETT MICHEL  |  December 03, 2012


Id stuff: Jan Švankmajer, Conspirators of Pleasure

Film Special
Id meets kid in Czech animator Jan Švankmajer's playfully deranged visions.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  December 03, 2012


As more big movies come to Boston, an indie-film industry grows around them

B Line to Hollywood?
It's May, and about a mile north of the Boston College stop on the B line, in a three-decker on Turner Street in Brighton, a scene from director Jared Vincenti's film Day of Youth is about to be shot.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  December 03, 2012


Jafar Panahi: This Is Not a Retrospective

Circle games
After being confined to his Tehran apartment and banned from his profession in 2010, director Jafar Panahi has become known more as a victim of Iranian human-rights abuse than as a great filmmaker.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  November 26, 2012


This is not a prison: Jafar Panahi's This Is Not a Film

Incarceration inspires Jafar Panahi.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  November 26, 2012


Ross McElwee and son look back

Time machine
The films of Harvard professor Ross McElwee serve as an intimate, ongoing first-person document of his life, so I was somewhat surprised when he preferred answering questions about Photographic Memory , his ninth feature-length documentary, via email.
By: BRETT MICHEL  |  November 16, 2012


You must think first... before you movie

RZA and Roth: Behind The Man with the Iron Fists
It's a snowy night in late 2006, and Hostel director Eli Roth is stranded at Logan Airport with RZA. The two are bound for Los Angeles, on their way home from hanging with Quentin Tarantino in Iceland.
By: CHRIS FARAONE  |  November 01, 2012


Flight of fancy: Robert Zemeckis returns to ''adult'' filmmaking

Robert Zemeckis has spent the past decade directing 3D animated blockbusters ( A Christmas Carol , The Polar Express ), but he's returned to "adult" filmmaking with a vengeance.
By: JAKE MULLIGAN  |  October 31, 2012


Alternative media at the BJFF

After six decades of futility, maybe it's time for a new approach to achieving peace between Israelis and Palestinians. Some of the films in this year's Boston Jewish Film Festival offer solutions that sound a little crazy, except when you consider the alternatives.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  October 31, 2012


John Hawkes on body language

Ask any great actor — Robert De Niro, Christian Bale, Daniel Day-Lewis — if all that physical preparation is necessary for a great performance, and they'll say that sometimes you just have to put your body on the line.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  October 24, 2012


Interview: David Mitchell on Cloud Nine

In his 2004 Cloud Atlas, British author David Mitchell presents six stories, each from a different literary genre, written in different styles, featuring characters in diverse settings and time periods.
By: ED SYMKUS  |  October 25, 2012


Interview: Andrea Arnold's romantic realism

People in love do crazy things, especially in Andrea Arnold's films. So adapting Emily Brontë's masterpiece of pathological love, Wuthering Heights , came naturally.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  October 18, 2012


Premiere: Two Years At Sea

London-based filmmaker Ben Rivers has proven a restless creator.
By: MAX GOLDBERG  |  October 18, 2012


Affleck on 'Argo'

Ben Affleck's Argo may be a 1970s period piece, but that doesn't mean his Iran-set thriller isn't timely.
By: JAKE MULLIGAN  |  October 10, 2012


Ty Burr's Gods Like Us

Boston Globe film critic Ty Burr's provocative new book Gods Like Us: On Movie Stardom and Modern Fame (Pantheon) traces the evolution of screen idols from Florence Lawrence (the Biograph Girl of 1909 — remember?) to Snooki. But he himself had a rough introduction to the celebrity world.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  October 09, 2012


Puppy love: Tim Burton's first Frankenweenie

All that is unique and wonderful about the films of Tim Burton can be traced back to "Frankenweenie," a half-hour-long black-and-white live-action short he made while an animator for Disney.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  October 04, 2012


Only connect: The Boston Palestine Film Festival

The Middle East, as usual, is a mess, but its cinema, both Israeli and Palestinian, offers hope.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  October 01, 2012


Time check

A timeline of time-travel movies
It's a good time for time-travel movies. Looper opens this week, joining Midnight in Paris , Men in Black 3 , The Sound of My Voice , and others as recent examples.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  September 27, 2012

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